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Special Issue on "Materials Engineering for Batteries and Nanobiosensors"

Recent demands for materials science with its huge applications in “battery and biosensor” areas has created diverse effects on analytical assessment such as environmental monitoring, clinical diagnosis, molecular detection, and energy storage devices. The advancement of nanomaterials/ nanotechnology has been leading the science for the development of current market trends globally.

For designing advanced nanobiosesnors, innumerable engineered materials are necessary in developing interdisciplinary approaches. Usage of these innovative materials helped researchers to build solventless biosensing devices using a variety of advanced and sophisticated technologies. These biosensors are highly sensitive, perfect for on-spot detection, biocompatible, less time-consuming, required minimum instrument facilities, and thermally steady process.

On the other hand, batteries are the most recent addition to energy storage and bioelectronics applications. They have tremendous promises in diverse fields. Still there problems exists with their low stability, energy conservation, and overall performance. In view of such developments, it is important to discuss the recent advances in areas of battery and biosensing that are based on various engineered nano-biomaterials.  

Our possible focus will be on improvement of sensing efficiency, power density, energy density, chemical catalytic activity and energy conservation. Hence, this special issue will cover real challenges in experiments as well as solutions through original research articles and review papers. The special issue will discuss about recent trends and progress made on nanomaterials for battery and biosensing applications. The highlight of this issue will be collation of important articles on nanomaterials, their synthesis, characterization and development of integrated batteries and miniaturized biosensing devices for technological, scientific, and industrial purposes.

 

Potential possible topics include, but are not limited to:

Contributors are requested to submit papers on the following topics

· Cellulose paper-based nanoparticle aggregation substrate and implementation in biosensor with biobatteris

· Batteries: Designing and efficiency studies

· Materials in batteries

· Biofuel cells

· Primary, secondary and reserve batteries

· Various kinds of nanomaterials and their synthesis, characterization, and fabrication processes

· Biosensors (electrochemical, optical, piezoelectric, SPR, etc)

· Lab-on-chip systems and integrated devices

· Biosensor based biological phenomenon

· Microfluidic devices and nanoengineering

· Applied materials and interfacial studies

· Nanomaterials as biotemplates

· Nanomaterials as biomimics

· Environmental impact of nanoparticles

· Film based electrical sensing using nanomaterials

 

The time-line of this special issue:

i)  15 December 2018: Online submission system will be open for full text submission. 

ii)  30 June 2019: Deadline for submitting full text (online submission system will be closed).

 

Authors can submit their manuscripts via Manuscript Tracking System.

 

Guest Editors:

1. Prof. Pranjal Chandra, PhD

Department of Biosciences and Bioengineering
Indian Institute of Technology Guwahati, Assam, India

Email: pchandra13@iitg.ac.in

 

2. Prof. Yen Nee Tan, PhD

Chemical Engineering, Newcastle University

Newcastle Research & Innovation Institute, Singapore

Email: yennee.tan@newcastle.ac.uk

 

3. Prof. Nagaraj P. Shetti, PhD

Department of Chemistry
KLEIT, Visvesvaraya Technological University, Karnataka, India

Email: dr.npshetti@gmail.com

 

4. Prof. Ronald J. Mascarenhas, PhD

Department of Chemistry,

St. Joseph's College, Bangalore, Karnataka, India

Email: ronaldmasc2311@yahoo.co.in

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